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88 Days was selected for inclusion in the Northern Print Biennale in Newcastle and so June became the deadline by which to finally complete the project.

Alex returned to the Print Studio, Cambridge on 26th May to begin the process of tearing down the sheets.

880 sheets.

The separation.

Two prints on each sheet, to be torn apart.

Each sheet requiring two tears.

The artist's hand on each sheet once again.

Checking the quality of each print and discarding any with imperfections.

The torn edge then smoothed.

Checking the prints against the Proof set again.

The prints gathered into their individual days.

Wrapped in tissue, in groups of four days.

And taken to Alex's London studio.

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